The Liberia National Fire Service has released its report into the September 17 fire incident that killed 27 people at a religious school in Paynesville.
A delegation of three from the Republic of Guinea is in the country to sympathize with the government and families of the 26 young Muslim scholars and their teacher who died in a recent fire disaster in Paynesville.
After a fire killed 27 people on Tuesday night, most of whom were children, the nation continues to mourn, with several prominent leaders expressing their condolences and prayers for the families.
Members of a joint legislative committee are meeting today on the third day of hearing into the draft budget to determine the abilities of government agencies to generate the local revenue component of the over US$532 million proposed for the 2019 fiscal year.
During the morning hours of December 4, 2018, the Public Works Yard community saw a two-unit apartment building containing eight bedrooms gutted by fire.
The Karkpeh Town community in Kakata was a scene of chaos when the home of prominent businessman Adullah Kromah in Kakata was gutted by fire around 7:45 a.m. on Sunday evening.
Five persons have been reported dead in a tragic fire incident that occurred on Pagos Island in Congo Town at about 3:00 a.m. on February 15.
A late Monday morning fire outbreak has destroyed four apartment buildings in the Kakata’s 14 Road Community, causing the associate magistrate of the Kakata City Court, Amos Fanga, to become homeless.